Getting Invloved at ASU

The best way to get involved at ASU is through Passport and iWeek! They are on-campus events that showcase clubs, sports, and other societies. In attending these event, you can be certain you’ll find something you’ll love. There are so many ways to get involved with different organizations. At these event you’ll be given information on the organizations with their meeting dates and times. 

However, if you can’t make it to these events, or even if you go but forget to get their information, you can ways check on OrgSync. 

OrgSync is an app that list all the sports, clubs, etc. on campus. The app also includes the times and dates they meet. 

One of the best ways for freshman to get involved is through PAB. PAB hosts many events on campus so you’ll definitely be involved. It’s a great way to meet friends; whether it’s through the organization or through the events you host. PAB is known for having monthly events at the MU. So even if you don’t decide to join PAB, you should still attend the events.  You can have tons of fun at Monday night trivia or go out to Hayden lawn for a mid week outdoor movie. Friday events usually include various stations from free manicures and massages to cookie decorating or even free coffee and a sundae bar. 

Another great way to get involved is through your residential community.  RHA has events for all residents versus your peer Programer who has events for your hall. The events are a really good way to get to know the people who live in your building but joining RHA is a great way to get involved and potentially have a leadership position. RHA ranges from small events where you can pet puppies to much larger events where you can have a snowball fight and make snow globes or ornaments!